Key moments from Day 27 of the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong.
Hospitals in Mongkok have treated 298 people for injuries including 28 head wounds caused by police batons.
The UN Human Rights Committee calls on China to ensure universal suffrage in Hong Kong.
Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa has said that Leung Chun-ying has done a lot to solve the problems including listening to the Hong Kong people and that it would be foolish for the people to reject the 2017 elections.
Tung Chee Hwa also says that the pro-democracy goals are good but not possible in Hong Kong.
The pro-democracy banner is removed by police from Lion Rock.
A reporter and politician have been attacked in Mongkok by anti-Occupy thugs.
A pro-democracy protester dressed as Captain America has been arrested by police.
Barricades and religious shrines in Mongkok have been improved by protesters.
Jewellry shops within the protest area in Mongkok remain open for business as usual.
Debates take place on the streets as anti-Occupy protesters verbally abuse Occupy supporters.
Pro-democracy protesters listening to a speech on the education system. Source:@krislc/Twitter